Try bullet journaling, the analog planner for the digital age
Have you tried one organizational system after another, unable to ever find one that truly fits your needs? Enter bullet journaling, the analog planner system for the digital age.
Completely customizable to fit your individual needs, bullet journaling is the simplest planner that you could ever own. All you need is a notebook and a pen.
“I had never journaled at all until a friend recommended bullet journaling and now I’m passionate about sharing it with others,” said Jill Hendrix, owner of Fiction Addiction in Greenville, the site of a Bullet Journal Class on Saturday, April 6. “I’ve found it to be very useful for setting personal goals like financial and health, and to improve my rock climbing.”
Hendrix said bullet journaling also brings a welcome breather from her daily work schedule that typically finds her in front of a computer. “When you’re on a computer all day, it’s nice to just sit down with pen and paper and not be on a device.”
Bullet journaling combines the best of an engagement calendar, to-do list and traditional journal. It’s a method of journaling and note-taking that uses bullet points as the core structure to track day-to-day activities, as well as long-term goals.
Whether you’re an organization-lover looking to increase your productivity, or a creative person looking for the ability to have complete freedom over how you organize your life, bullet journaling is perfect for you.
What: Bullet Journal Class
When: Saturday, April 6, 2 p.m.
Where: Fiction Addiction, 1175 Woods Crossing Road, Greenville SC 29607 (in the shopping center with Fried Green Tomatoes, Jimmy John’s and Boardwalk).
Tickets: $25 each which will be redeemable at the beginning of the class on journals, pens and other supplies for the bullet journal you will start during the class.
Register: Tickets and supplies can be purchased online at fiction-addiction.com, at the store, or by calling Fiction Addiction at 864-675-0540.